Grantee Profile

Greater Southwest Development Corporation

Grants to Greater Southwest Development Corporation

  • $500,000Active Strategy

    2009 (Inactive Grant)

    Community & Economic Development

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — To support foreclosure prevention efforts in Southwest Chicago neighborhoods (over two years).

  • $626,000Active Strategy

    2008 (Inactive Grant)

    Community & Economic Development

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — To support a comprehensive program to limit the extent of foreclosure in a New Communities Program neighborhood in Chicago under the Foreclosure Prevention and Mitigation Project.

The MacArthur Foundation awarded Greater Southwest Development Corporation $1,126,000 between 2003 and 2014.

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